Trex Fencing’s composite material is often compared to wood fencing because of its natural beauty. But in every other way, Trex Fencing outperforms your average wood fence.
1. Trex is Private
You can be comfortable in your yard, even when you live on a busy street.
All those holes and gaps are perfect for nosy neighbors and peeping toms.
On the other hand, the ingenious design of Trex Fencing’s interlocking pickets are specially engineered to provide total privacy. Even if slight changes occur, you’ll never have a gap in your Trex fence. (These unique pickets also make the fence “neighbor-friendly”, meaning the fence looks the same on both sides. You and your neighbor will no longer have to argue over who gets the nice side of the fence). Trex also gives you an advantage if you need additional privacy and security on top. Trex Fencing can be built up to 12 feet tall!
2. Trex is Strong
This picture was taken by a happy customer whose Trex Fence stayed standing through a Texas tornado.
Hurricane Irma made quite a mess with this old wood fence.
3. Trex is Low Maintenance
Spend less time on your fence, and more time enjoying your yard.
A creative solution if you don’t want to paint your fence, but you also want your neighbor to stop complaining. Or you could just get a Trex Fence.
4. Trex is Resilient
You deserve a fence that will stand the test of time.
Replacing this with another wood fence doesn’t really solve the problem.
5. Trex is Eco-Friendly
Trex has never cut down a single tree to manufacture their fences.
Wood fences have a negative impact on our environment.
This Trex Woodland Brown Trex Fence was installed right next to an old wood fence. Which would you rather have?
Trex is, by far, the superior fencing material. But there are some who will say, “Wood is cheaper and it’s good enough”. But here’s the thing: when accounting for the time and money you’d spend installing, maintaining, repairing, and replacing a wood fence over the years, wood is actually more expensive. And is a wood fence really “good enough” when it broken, rotting, and not even doing the job it was built for? Save yourself the headache, get Trex Fencing.